Fort Pulaski National Monument
Designed by Robert E. Lee and was the site of a major Civil War battle. This 5,600 acre national park is located between Tybee Island and Savannah, GA and includes the well-preserved 19th century military Fort, interpretive programs, nature trails, exhibits, a picnic area, a visitors center, scenic marsh, water, and wildlife. Visit Fort Pulaski's web site at www.nps.gov/fopu or call (912) 786-5787.
Tybee Island Lighthouse and Museum
Very tall and very historic. Visit their web site at www.tybeelighthouse.org or call (912) 786-5801.
Tybee Island Marine Science Center
Take an educational beach walk during your family vacation and learn about the marine eco-system. Aquariums and touch tanks available. Visit the Tybee Island Marine Science Center web site at www.tybeemarinescience.org or call (912) 786-5917.
Oatland Island Education Center
Visitors can observe native animals such as Florida panthers, Eastern timber wolves, alligators, and many more in their natural habitat. The Center is open to the public for self-guided trail walks Monday-Friday from 9-4 and most Saturdays from 10-4.
Visit their web site at www.oatlandisland.org.
Tybee Ocean Pier & Pavilion
Located at the heart of Tybee's public beach, the Tybee Pier and Pavilion is a great spot with a spectacular view. Besides being a great fishing spot, it's also a meeting place for dances, live musical performances, and special events that guests can experience on their family vacation. Picnic tables, a snack bar, and public restrooms provide a perfect spot for families to grab a quick bite and cool refreshments during a hot day at the beach. The Pier and Pavilion is open daily and has free admission. The pavilion can also be rented for weddings, family reunions, and other social functions. Contact our sales staff for further information.
Old Tybee-Savannah Railroad Trail
Located alongside U.S. Highway 80 between Tybee Island and Wilmington Island, this 6-mile crushed stone multipurpose trail follows the exact path of the historic rail line that once connected Tybee Island with Savannah in the 1800s. A great place for jogging and bicycle riding.